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Home prices are surging again, with prices up more than 4% in just a few weeks.

The average price of a home in the city is up 3.5% since March and is up 2.7% in New Jersey, according to a Bloomberg analysis of data from the Greater New York Area Real Estate Association.

The region is also seeing strong sales activity.

But the surge in home prices has left some homeowners feeling undervalued, and some are questioning whether the surge has created a bubble in real estate prices.

The real estate market in New England is a different story.

The state has a much lower median income, lower unemployment and more affordable housing, but the cost of housing there is high compared to many other parts of the country.

New England homeowners are facing a different kind of crisis.

A growing number of Americans are being forced to buy homes that are too big for their budgets, and prices have soared in many areas, even in New Hampshire.

There is concern that if we don’t fix the problem now, we’ll end up with a housing bubble, said Kevin J. M. Cone, the president and chief executive of the Greater Boston Association of Realtors.

There are three big problems in the housing market in Massachusetts: affordability, affordability in the suburbs, and the lack of available land.

According to Mone, a large number of families are being priced out of the city because they can’t afford to buy a home, even though the cost is cheaper in the surrounding suburbs.

The problem is compounded by the fact that Massachusetts is a huge tax state, meaning it doesn’t provide tax breaks to people who buy a house.

Mone said that many of those who have been priced out are middle-income families.

For example, a typical family of four making $35,000 would pay $1,724 a year in property taxes in the Massachusetts state income tax code.

That’s a hefty tax bill that the family can’t spend, he said.

“That’s the biggest issue,” said Cone.

“When you can’t buy a place, you’re priced out.

If you’re a middle-class family, you are priced out.”

Some homeowners are paying more than $1 million a year for a home that they don’t want because of the high costs, Mone added.

The rising prices in Massachusetts are a problem because most of the homes being sold there are in the lower-income neighborhoods that have the highest property taxes.

For the past few years, a lot of people have been selling their homes to make ends meet.

“We’re seeing a lot more people selling,” Cone said.

That includes people selling their home because they just don’t have the money for a down payment.

The most expensive home sold in the Greater Portland area was a $1.8 million home in East Newton.

The price tag was $3.2 million.

Cine said that the high cost of buying a home can be a barrier to many families who have other means of income.

If a family can get by on the state income, federal tax credit or the mortgage interest deduction, then that may not be enough to make it work financially.

“The problem is that many families can’t even afford a downpayment,” he said, adding that most of those with homes are working part time.

The mortgage interest portion of the federal government’s Section 8 voucher program covers up to 80% of down payments for most people.

That means a home buyer who is not able to afford the mortgage can still get an affordable down payment, but not as much as someone who is able to pay.

A recent study by the Center for Responsive Politics found that a third of those without Section 8 vouchers are either struggling to pay down the mortgage or unable to find a mortgage for a new home because of high costs.

Mones said that a large percentage of buyers who buy homes in Massachusetts don’t pay their mortgage because they don, in fact, pay it, but don’t know that they can, because the government doesn’t tell them.

Moes said that because the cost to build a home is so high, it creates an incentive for many homeowners to stay in the market, even if they don “want to be in the mortgage market.”

In many areas where the cost has soared, prices have dropped, but in other areas prices have increased.

The median home price in Massachusetts is up 1.7%,